31 October 2011>
Did he fall or was he pushed? The comic, farcical and occasionally verging on slapstick show of an 'Accidental Death of an Anarchist'.
If you are a sceptic or a great believer in conspiracy theories, then this production will be right up your street. You can catch the show at Blackwood Miners Institute on Wednesday 2nd November at 7.30pm.
Responding to events unfolding in Italy in the late 1960s and early 1970s, this hugely popular farce is based on real events involving an anarchist who, whilst being held in police custody, fell - or was thrown - from the fourth floor window of a Milan police station.
The play gains momentum at a cracking pace as the cleverly snappy dialogue explodes like gunfire to reveal a masterly plot in an attempt to ridicule the police and expose a cover up.
The show is suitable for audience members who are 14 years and over and tickets are available from £10.
What audience members have said;
"Huge congratulations on An Accidental death! Absolutely brilliant!" - Thomas Underwood.
"Had a FANTASTIC time at the Torch Theatr with Sarah Frank The accidental death of an anarchist was brilliant!! the cast were great & the night was brilliant!!" - Marc Anthony Burgess
"Well Done to you all for Death of an Anarchist it was great!!" Val Lloyd.
To book your tickets, please call Blackwood Miners' Institute's Box Office on 01495 227 206 or visit www.blackwoodminersinstitute.com
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